Fiery crash claims 4 lives in Sedalia
Four people from Sedalia were killed in a fiery single-vehicle crash just before 6:30 Sunday morning.
The Missouri Highway Patrol reports a 2007 Audi driven by Dmitriy Banakh, 25, became fully engulfed in flames after it ran off Route B, struck a ditch and hit a tree.
Police say Banakh and his three occupants, Angelika Franchuk, 19; Anna Morgunenko, 16; and Daniel Morgunenko, 20, were pronounced dead ...
Camden County ID's two found dead
The Camden County Sheriff's Office has identified the two people found dead in a home in Camdenton Friday. They are identified as 40 year old Robert William Burns and 2 year old Sadie Marie Burns.
A news release says a preliminary investigation has revealed no evidence of foul play. The deceased were transported to Southwest Missouri Forensics in Springfield Missouri for autopsy. Final determination regarding cause ...
Missing boy from Pulaski County found safe, kidnapper in custody
From the Pulaski County Sheriff Ron Long: The search for a missing four year old boy from Pulaski County and his abductor has ended, with both being located in Galion, Ohio early Sunday morning.
The child, Lance Webb, Jr., was surrendered to authorities in Galion shortly after midnight by his biological father, and appeared to be in good health.
The suspect, Christopher Wetherall, 30, was arrested by ...
Lawmakers want answers on storm response
State legislators are planning to question highway officials about the response - or lack of response - as sleet and snow piled on Arkansas roadways and left motorists stranded for hours.
Winter weather raked much of Arkansas a week ago and left roads slick statewide, but Interstates 40 and 55 in eastern Arkansas became choked with traffic that was also clogged by a mix of construction ...
Artist's work returning to Springfield for first showing
The artwork of a Missouri man who spent much of his life in a mental hospital is returning to Springfield where it was found decades ago in a trash heap.
James Edward Deeds, who died in 1987, spent most of his life in a mental hospital in Nevada, Mo., where he also created 283 drawings.
The Springfield News-Leader reports (http://sgfnow.co/1cxEMNV ) several of Deeds' drawings were found ...
Arkansas Congressman says "no" vote an accident
U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin says his vote against loan guarantees for Ukraine came as a surprise to him because he supports the measure.
Griffin was recorded as voting 'no' on Thursday's U.S. House resolution adding Ukraine to the list of countries eligible for loan guarantee assistance. Griffin told the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (http://bit.ly/MX6Wv2 ) that he used his voting card to vote electronically and doesn't know what ...